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ICC Sanction: Muhammad Amir out for 5 years

 

    

Muhammad Amir SanctionICC Sanction: Muhammad Amir out for 5 years. The ICC tribunal has announced a sanction of five years of ineligibility for Muhammad Amir in spot-fixing scandal. The head of the International Cricket Council tribunal Michael Beloff announced the verdict after a lengthy nine-hour hearing in the Qatari capital.

Fast Bowler Muhammad Amir was found to have bowled deliberate no-balls. Muhammad Amir agreed to bowl and did bowl a deliberate no ball in the Lord’s Test match played between Pakistan and England from 26 to 29 August 2010.

The tribunal released a statement after announcing the decision. The tribunal statement for the sanction of five years of ineligibility for Muhammad Amir is given below:

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